News archive: December 2014
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After examination by the Utah Jazz medical staff it has been decided that Alec Burks will undergo a surgical repair on his injured left shoulder.
According to an NBA source, the Sacramento Kings inked Tyrone Corbin to a contract to coach the team through the end of the 2014-15 season more than a week ago.
Kobe Bryant had his 21st career triple-double Tuesday night. At 36 years, 129 days, Bryant is the second-oldest among active players to record a triple-double.
Chicago Bulls guard Aaron Brooks was ejected in the second quarter of Tuesday night's game with the Brooklyn Nets after picking up two technical fouls.
The Boston Celtics announced today that they have assigned rookie James Young to the Maine Red Claws.
The Utah Jazz announced today that the team has assigned guard Toure’ Murry to the NBA Development League’s Idaho Stampede, the Jazz’s D-League affiliate.
Hornets center Al Jefferson has been diagnosed with a strain of an adductor muscle in his left groin. Jefferson is expected to miss a minimum of four weeks.
The Miami Heat announced Tuesday that they have assigned guard Shabazz Napier to their NBA Development League affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce.
The Atlanta Hawks have assigned guard John Jenkins to the Idaho Stampede of the NBA Development League, and forward/center Adreian Payne to the Austin Spurs.
Florida State's Aaron Thomas has signed with an agent and won't be returning to school. Thomas was likely going to pursue a professional career in Europe.
Top 25 college basketball scores for games played on Tuesday, December 30th 2014.
The Charlotte Hornets have lost their center and leading scorer, and Al Jefferson’s absence might not be a short-term thing.
Deron Williams and Brook Lopez didn’t get on the court for the first 11½ minutes of Monday’s game. They weren’t even the first off the bench.
For the first time since spraining his ankle on Dec. 18, Kevin Durant returned to a full practice on Monday. And apparently he looked good.
Win or lose, Stan Van Gundy said Tuesday his job as the Detroit Pistons’ head coach and president of basketball operations will be his final job in the NBA.